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Vocaloid Fortress 2

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edit: quality probleme fixed :D

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what happens when vocaloids use TF2 cosplay :3

the following vocaloids are the following TF2 class:

hatsune miku as heavy weapons guy
kagamine len as scout
kagamine rin as sniper
yowane haku as pyro
akita neru as demoman
kasane teto as engineer
kasane tedo as spy
kaito as soldier
meiko as medic

vocaloid (c) yamaha
team fortress 2 (c) valve

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Your art style here is very old compared now XD

bocodamondo responds:

haha yeah, i think it was somewhere around 2014/2015 when i finally learned the lession of putting time into a drawing's quality (mainly the linework) instead of trying to finish it as fast as possible.

thogh personally out of all the old years, the 2011 pieces still hold a special place in my heart ^^

scout Len you pick a Guitarist+Singer to be a fast couragous class.......Makes 75% sense.
Len is my Minecraft skin

pyro,deoman,medic,sniper,heavy,scout,soldier,engineer,and spy

You think Haku would be the drunken demoman, other then that I think this art is great!

hey wait a sec...

if your switching the genders of the tf2 characters and also making them anime... then shouldn't the pyro be a guy????

bocodamondo responds:

hehe :)...i didn switched genders...the vocaloids are just... most of them are females ^^

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